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(Latin: prefix; to, toward, a direction toward, addition to, near, at; and changes to: ac-, af-, ag-, al-, an-, ap-, aq-, ar-, as-, at- when ad- is combined with certain words that begin with the letters c, f, g, l, n, p, q, r, s, and t)
(Greek: in, into, inward; within; near, at; to put, to go into, or to cover with; as, entomb, encamp, enfold; to provide with; as, to enlighten; to cause to be; as, to enlarge; thoroughly; as, enmesh; in, within, into; as enzootic)
(Latin: left, on the left side; at, toward, or using the left; left-handed)
(Greek > Latin: tendon at the back of the heel)
(there are over 64,000 word-entry sections, or word topics, which advertisers may choose to "buy" at a reasonable price with links to their sites of choice)
(fauna [animals] and flora [plants] at the bottom of the sea)
(biological theft by illegally collecting indigenous plants, microbes, enzymes, etc. by corporations who patent them for their own commercial use as defined at this bio unit page)
(Greek: grace, beauty, kindness; to rejoice at; extended to attractiveness, personal charm)
(Modern Latin: chemical element; first made at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at the University of California in Berkeley; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: chemical element; first made at the University of California and named for California and the University of California in Berkeley; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: named after the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research at Dubna, Russia; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: chemical element; from Greek, dysprositos, hard to get at; difficult to access; hard to obtain; rare earth)
(Modern Latin: chemical element; named in honor of Alfred Nobel; the discovery was made at the Nobel Institute; radioactive metal)
(Modern Latin: from Greek, named in honor of the asteroid Pallas, which was discovered at about the same time; and for Pallas, the Greek goddess of wisdom; metal)
(art cleptomaniac said, "I enjoy art, I love such works of art, I collected them and kept them at home")
(Dictionaries are often more confusing than they are at clearly defining the meanings of words.)
(Latin: to close the eyes, to blink, to wink at [a crime], to overlook [errors], connive at; to be privy to [secretly knowing about]; to be tightly closed)
(Greek: cold, very cold, freezing; used to describe the effects of low temperatures or activities carried on at a very low temperature)
(Greek: didaktikos, skilled at teaching, teach; teacher)
(Greek: bad, harsh, wrong; ill; hard to do, difficult at; slow of; disordered; impaired, defective)
(Old French: look at, consider, think of; from guard, to heed)
("hot-earth" steam can be utilized for many practical applications)
(The human body is at the edge of human comprehension with its microcosmic mysteries and its 100 trillion cells!)
(Latin: threshold (level at which something happens), point at which something begins or changes; boundary, limit)
(Text of Commencement Address at Stanford University)
(Latin: to wonder at, wonderful; causing one to smile)
(Latin: to smell; pertaining to the sense of smell; scent; to cause to smell at)
(Greek: backward; behind, at the back, after, posterior)
(Latin: leisure, at leisure; at ease; idle)
(Latin: to aim at, aim for, go toward; to seek, seek out, ask, request; strive after)
(coined and presented by Royston M. Roberts, PhD, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Texas, Austin; among many other achievements)
("A Look at Publishing", remarks made by Godfrey Harris)
("A Look at Publishing", remarks made by Godfrey Harris)
("A Look at Publishing", remarks made by Godfrey Harris)
("A Look at Publishing", remarks made by Godfrey Harris)
("A Look at Publishing", remarks made by Godfrey Harris)
("A Look at Publishing", remarks made by Godfrey Harris)
(Greek: fire, burn, burning, heat, produced by heating, hot; and sometimes also referring to "fever as shown at this link")
(something written by people who were not there at the time; the art of reconciling fact with fiction or making guesses about things that can not be verified.)
(a form of word humor when people fiddle with words and laugh at the resultant loony tunes: Considered by some to be the lowest form of humus, earthy wit that we all dig and often respond to with groans and moans)
(a form of word humor when people fiddle with words and laugh at the resultant loony tunes; considered by some to be the lowest form of humus, earthy wit, that we all dig and often respond to with groans and moans)
(a process by which nature prevents everything from happening all at once)
(Latin: straight [intestine], direct, right; that is, "the part of the large intestine that ends at the anus")
(Latin: to laugh, laugh at; capable of exciting laughter; laughing)
(Greek > Latin: see, view, sight, look, look at, examine, behold, consider)
(Latin: always, ever, at all times, on each occasion)
(Latin: one each, one at a time)
(Latin: a suffix found at the end of some words that make certain verbs become nouns.)
(Latin: serious, earnest, sacred, holy; dignified with formality at a ceremonious service or as a religious devotion)
(Latin: to see, seeing; to look at, looking at; sight, to appear, appearing; to behold, to examine, examining)
(Delivered by Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg on November 19, 1863)
(Greek: a wedge; the sphenoid bone, a wedge-shaped bone found at the base of the skull)
(Greek: to aim at, to guess, to conjecture; to aim, to target, to mark)
(Greek: with, together with; also by extension: united; same, similar; at the same time)
(Latin: Syphil[us], the eponymous main character of Girolamo Fracastoro's poem "Syphilus sive Morbus Gallicus" [Syphilus, or the French Disease], published at Verona, Italy [1530])
(Latin: at length; in the sense of "lengthwise, one behind the other")
(Greek: far away, far off, at a distance)
(Latin: rashly; at random, by chance; blindly; reckless; foolishly)
(Greek > Latin: inner room, bedchamber; so called by Galen because chambers at the base of the brain were thought to supply animal spirits to the optic nerves; thalamus, the middle part of the diencephalon (the area in the center of the brain just above the brain stem that includes the thalamus and hypothalamus) which relays sensory impulses to the cerebral cortex of the brain)
(Greek: wonder, a wondrous thing; miracle, miraculous, magic; something to look at; sight, spectacle)
(Greek (theorein, theoria); Latin (theoria): looking at, contemplation, spectator, speculation; viewing)
(Latin: loaning money at extremely high rates of interest; to use)
(Latin: stand in awe of, to be awed at; wonder or admiration of; dread mixed with veneration or great respect)
Word Entries containing the term: “at
A midget fortune-teller who escapes from prison is a small medium at large.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 1)
A secret is enough for one, too much for two, and nothing at all for three.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 1)
A teacher at school had to go to an ophthalmologist to get her eyes examined because she couldn't control her pupils.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 2)
An adult is someone who has stopped growing at both ends and is now growing in the middle.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 2)
at large
1. Not having been captured: "The bandit is still at large."
2. As a group or as a whole: "Her statements don't reflect the beliefs of society at large."
3. Not having a specific subject: "He is a critic at large or someone who writes about many topics."
This entry is located in the following unit: larg-, largi- + (page 1)
at this point in time
"At this time"; or "At this point" is more than adequate and is preferable!
This entry is located in the following unit: Pleonasms or Tautological Redundancies (page 3)
imminent at any moment *
This entry is located in the following unit: Pleonasms or Tautological Redundancies (page 11)
Intaxication: euphoria at getting a refund from the IRS, which lasts until you realize it was your money to start with.
Secret: something that is told to just one person at a time.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 5)
staycation stay-cation, stacation, staykation; stay-at-home vacation
1. A vacation in which people stay home or visit places close to where they live.
2. A time in which an individual, or family stays, and relaxes at home; possibly taking day trips to local area attractions.
3. A portmanteau of "stay" (stay-at-home) and "vacation".
To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first and then say that whatever you hit was the target you were aiming at.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 6)
(Photo of world leaders at work)
(geography includes mapmakers, scientists, explorers of the earth and provides a way to look at both the physical world and the people who live in various parts this globe)
(there are certain anatomic terms which present various situations; for example, a body part may be horizontal, as opposed to vertical; in front as opposed to being behind or at the back; above as opposed to being under, etc.)
(symbols at the beginning and end of a word or groups of words)
(A poem that expresses misconceived judgements based on incomprehensible, or at least, inadequate information)
(Sesquipedalia Verba or Sesquipedalians are references to the use of excessively long words)
(words being used in news media headlines, subheadings, and excerpts from applicable articles with certain words being listed in bold and defined separately)
Word Entries at Get Words containing the term: “at
action, actions at law
A court proceeding; either civil, to enforce a right, or criminal, to punish an offender.

Court litigation where opposing parties litigate an issue involving an alleged wrongdoing which may be for the protection of a right or for the prevention of a wrong.

This entry is located in the following unit: Criminal Court Words or Judicial Terms + (page 1)
At their wits' end (Psalms 107:27)
This entry is located in the following unit: Bible Quotations used in modern English (page 1)
current at maximum power; Imp
The current at which maximum power is available from a module.
This entry is located in the following unit: Photovoltaic Conversion Efficiency Terms + (page 5)
Google creates an app for use at the checkout
app:
checkout:

"The technology giant introduced Google Wallet, a mobile application that will allow consumers to pay at a store by waving their cellphones at a retailer's terminal instead of using a credit card [or cash]."

"The app, for the Android operating system also will enable users to redeem special coupons and earn loyalty points."

The Global Edition of the New York Times, May 28-29, 2011; page 15.
paddling, tied at the elbows
A gaiting fault, so named for its similarity to the swing and the dip of a canoeist's paddle.

Pinching in at the elbows and shoulder joints causes the front legs to swing forward in a stiff outward arc.

This entry is located in the following unit: Dog or Canine Terms + (page 8)
Sony chief seems thwarted at every turn
thwarted:

"Divisions and rivalries within the group still prevent its many parts from working better together."

The Global Edition of the New York Times, May 28-29, 2011; page 15.
voltage at maximum power; Vmp
The voltage at which maximum power is available from a photovoltaic module.
This entry is located in the following unit: Photovoltaic Conversion Efficiency Terms + (page 23)
Words at Work in the Print Media: INDEX

Lists of words being used in news media headlines, subheadings, and excerpts from applicable articles.

This entry is located in the following unit: Index or Menu of Various Topics (page 2)